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Feb 25: Preservation hardship updates | renewing Germantown Special Services District | BRT and AVI | awesome diners | remembering Thaddeus Stevens

Good morning and welcome to the working week, Streeters. Here’s your Monday morning Buzz: On Friday afternoon the L&I Review Board reached two decisions about preservation hardship appeals, reports PlanPhilly’s Jared…

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Feb 22: Hardship at 2 | Bye Broad Street Armory | Catholic parish closings are a holy mess | lost Locust subway station | Front and Oxford reuse | Click that 'hood

Good morning, Streeters, and happy Friday. Here's what's making news this morning: Today’s a big hardship day at the Licenses & Inspections Review Board: At 2pm LIRB will announce its…

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Feb 21: Scofflaw billboards | the $1500 club | towers get AVI break | 15th Street El station mess | Drexel and Temple's plush new dorms

Good morning, Streeters. Here's your Thursday morning Buzz: Multitudes of Philadelphia billboards violate local zoning and/or the Federal Highway Beautification Act, according to a new study by Scenic Philadelphia. PlanPhilly’s…

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Assessing AVI: Information sources and impact roundup

Late last week the City's Office of Property Assessment sent out new property assessments as part of the Actual Value Initiative (AVI), an ambitious effort to reform Philadelphia's badly broken property-tax…

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Feb 18: Gentrified and boring | preserving the Magic Gardens | staffing up Parks and Rec | saving American Chestnuts | architectural Hot or Not

Good morning, Streeters. Today is Presidents Day, which means that government offices are closed - and don’t forget: Trash and recycling pickup will be pushed back a day. Here’s what’s making…

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Feb 14: Philly Valentines | advertising on city property | American-US Airways merger | how not to close 37 schools | community input on Cokie rezoning

Good morning Streeters. It’s Valentine’s Day and we’re asking all of you urbanists to take to twitter to spread some Philly love today. Share why you love the City of Brotherly…

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Feb 11: Biden visits | criminal forecasting | bus-pedestrian accidents | behind Grove at Cira | digital signage debate

Good morning, Streeters. Here’s your rainy Monday morning buzz: If you see a motorcade zipping around today, it’s probably because Vice President Joe Biden is in town to talk gun control…

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Feb 7: Brady's casino hearing | Complete Streets Handbook | Benefits of walking to school | Another voice in school closures

Good morning Streeters, looks like we might get some sun today before the nor’easter hits. This afternoon City Council will hold a hearing on U.S. Rep. Bob Brady’s casino proposal…

    • Powelton Village
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Feb 6: Corbett announces more funding | Philly keeps shrugging | Less pollution, less money | Rain barrels get splash of color

Good morning Streeters. We have a little morning buzz for you this Wednesday.  Yesterday Governor Corbett gave his much anticipated 2013-2014 budget address. As Philadelphia schools continue to close and infrastructure…

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Feb 5: confronting tax-delinquency | Blatstein owed taxes | Perelman's $25 million gift | Founder's Bell silent | inside Passyunk Post | Sustainability Workshop and Fresh Direct

Good morning and happy Tuesday. Here's what's making news this morning: At PlanPhilly, we’ve spent a lot of time focused on tax-delinquency – especially through Patrick Kerkstra’s ongoing investigative series in…

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Feb 1: Parkway shifts | recycling construction debris | SEPTA's rail messaging | Philly short on patents | Bicentennial Bell removed

Good morning and welcome to February. Here’s your Friday morning Buzz: On Monday an action plan for the Benjamin Franklin Parkway will be unveiled. In her column today Inga Saffron weighs…

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Jan 31: BIA fights O'Neill's commercial zoning changes | Manayunk's drinking problem | no veto override for Electric Factory ad | Cira South update | uphill battle for Actual Value Initiative

Good morning and happy Thursday. After last night’s storm the temperature is expected to drop 40° by 5pm, so don't be fooled by the warm morning. Here’s what’s making news…

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Jan 30: Methadone siting hearing | neighbors vs. scrap yard | SEPTA trains get wrapped | engineering Penn's Landing Park | DOT funds Penn-Carnegie Mellon transpo research | Matt Golas on impact

Good morning, Streeters! It’s going to be a wild Wednesday weather-wise: It could hit 60° today, but overnight a big storm system will blow in overnight. Here’s what's making…

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Jan 29: NIMBYs off South | inside St. Bonaventure | Kenzo redevelopment goes plush | Forum demo coming | Beth Miller Q&A | talk voter problems

Good morning, Streeters. Here’s what’s making news this Tuesday morning: In this reminder that NIMBYs like transactional zoning as much as developers, Naked Philly brings us details of a NIMBY feud…

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Jan 25: RCOs, zoning update | master plan the Schuylkill | The Stella | union reality check | Silverliner VIs?

Happy Friday, Streeters! It’s a bit of a gloomy, chilly day, and it’s going to snow a bit during the evening commute. So leave yourself extra time when you head…

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